The Student News Site of Weber State University

The Signpost

The Signpost

The Signpost

Vibrant colors are seen all around the Ogden Farmers Market year after year. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Summer activities to enjoy before fall semester

Caitlyn Nichols July 26, 2021

As July comes to an end, there's only one month before summer ends and the fall semester begins. Like many, it's at this point every summer that I start to panic. While I generally like school, I hate...

WSU to Build New Facility on Ogden Campus

WSU to Build New Facility on Ogden Campus

Robert Lewis October 4, 2019

Weber State University is breaking ground for a new facility on campus, and it’s sure to excite those interested in the great outdoors. The new project, called the Outdoor Adventure and Welcome Center,...

The Powder Mountain Paper Airplane Trail will be the sight of the bi-weekly timed race from july 19 until August 30 (Bogley Outdoor Community)

Bikers race the clock on Paper Airplane trail

John Keeffer July 16, 2018

This summer, Powder Mountain will be hosting the first ever Paper Airplane MTB Series. They will consist of mountain bike races ranging from five to 13.5 miles long, on the Paper Airplane Trail at...

The Outdoor Program is leading a series of hikes through July and August. Photo credit: Pixabay

Find your adventure with WSU’s Outdoor Program

Hillary Reilly July 3, 2018

Weber State University offers an Outdoor Program that supplies affordable equipment for adventures and provides new experiences for students and community members. The program has been going since the...

Richaud Gittens, #23, looks to pass over a Montana State player in spring 2016 . (The Signpost Archives)

Athlete of the Week

Alex Flitton November 17, 2016

Richaud Gittens | Senior Guard | Weber State University Men's BasketballRichaud Gittens is taking his senior year by the horns. He landed spot on SportsCenter’s top 10 plays of the day by slamming...

A man runs across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, during a weekend snow storm blanketing the East Coast in snow. (Source: Tribune News Service)

Winter Training options for runners

Alex Flitton October 27, 2016

Winter may seem like an unavoidable obstacle for runners and bikers, but snow on the ground doesn’t mean that all progress needs to cease. There are a handful of ways that athletes can stay in shape...

Turkey Triathlon Inspires Aspiring Athletes

Turkey Triathlon Inspires Aspiring Athletes

Emily Ferguson December 2, 2015

Runners, bikers and swimmers braved the crisp, cold morning air on Saturday to compete in the 11th Annual Turkey Triathlon and 5k Turkey Trot. The race, which began and ended at the Swenson Gym, consisted...

Best bike trails for fall riding

September 21, 2014

Temperatures are dropping, leaves are changing colors and the irresistibly crisp breeze of fall is beckoning. It’s the perfect time for some fun on two tires.  Here are a few of my favorite bike trails. 1....

Summit Challenge gives riders a chance to give back

August 27, 2014

­­ Just weeks removed from witnessing the Tour of Utah, the biking community hosted another event. But this one didn’t give away yellow jerseys or shiny trophies, instead the participants were the...

Senior leads Wildcats, qualifies for NCAA Track and Field Championships

June 3, 2014

Run faster. Jump higher. Throw farther. That was the mantra for 48 athletes in their respective events this past weekend as they converged in Fayetteville, Ark. to battle for a spot in the NCAA Outdoor...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Signpost